MD Anderson Cancer Center EHR Application Analyst - EHR Access & Revenue in Houston, Texas
The EHR Application Analyst is a primary support contact and works with the other members of the EMR team in coordinating the implementation efforts with the end users/operations stake holders. The EHR Application Analyst will be responsible for coordinating and communicating with the end users and representatives from all areas of the hospital related to their specific application.
The EHR Application Analyst should have an understanding of MD Anderson's objectives for implementing an EMR and the ability to recognize opportunities for process redesign that will help the organization maximize the benefits of the implementation.
Ideal candidate will possess in depth understanding of Front Desk operations, Patient Access, and Financial Clearance workflows along with the respective policies and procedures. Some experience in registration related billing workflows is preferred.
Analysis of EPIC model content and negotiation of any user requested modifications
Populating databases for which they are the owner during the initial system build, with assistance from Epic staff
Understanding choices in application specifications
Investigating the preferred choices of the users
Analyzing data conversion needs
Preparing details of specifications as needed
Aiding trainers during user training
Input to project plan throughout the course of the implementation to insure major milestones are met and appropriate project tracking is accurate
Responding to Epic's technical questions
Understanding both the clinical and business workflows to achieve strategic outcomes for the implementation
Support/ Content Management
Modification of EPIC content as prescribed by project team
Working with users on the sharing of data, category lists, etc
Developing and documenting internal procedures
Troubleshooting problems or questions from users
Prioritizing and implementing changes requested for the system
Coordinating software updates and changes with users
Thoroughly reviewing and testing each new release and communicating needed changes to Epic before users are permitted to access the new release
Collecting information regarding potential system enhancement needs
Setting standards for naming and numbering conventions and security classifications
*In order to be adequately prepared and trained to build, test and optimize the Epic system, MDA requires that Epic certification be obtained within 120 days of completion of the assigned, required training classes. Required certifications must be maintained as assigned.*
Two years of Epic software/domain/workflow analysis/design/programming/project management/EHR application related experience. May substitute required education with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis or completed years of college on a one to one basis.
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